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The Israeli Immigration Policy Center (Eitan – Israeli Immigration Policy) is a non-governmental organization established in 2012 in order to promote immigration policy which serves the strategic interests of the State of Israel as a Jewish, democratic state. The Center promotes research, legislation and lobbying, legal activity and public diplomacy both within Israel and abroad, in matters related to immigration and illegal entry into Israel. The Center acts as well as an information, aid and advisory center for residents of those neighborhoods who have been negatively affected by illegal migration into Israel, with particular emphasis on South Tel Aviv.

The Israeli Immigration Policy Center (Eitan – Israeli Immigration Policy) is a non-governmental organization established in 2012 in order to promote immigration policy which serves the strategic interests of the State of Israel as a Jewish, democratic state. The Center promotes research, legislation and lobbying, legal activity and public diplomacy both within Israel and abroad, in matters related to immigration and illegal entry into Israel. The Center acts as well as an information, aid and advisory center for residents of those neighborhoods who have been negatively affected by illegal migration into Israel, with particular emphasis on South Tel Aviv.

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African migrants at the Rwandan embassy last month protesting the Israeli government’s plan to deport African asylum-seekers.CreditCreditJack Guez/Agence France-Presse — Getty ImagesAfrican migrants at the Rwandan embassy last month protesting the Israeli government’s plan to deport African asylum-seekers.CreditCreditJack Guez/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images

Testimonials

“The Israeli Immigration Policy Center is the only body in Israel presenting the bigger picture, including different reports and court rulings in Europe”.

Ben-Dror Yemini, Yediot Ahronot, 7.6.2017

“The Israeli Immigration Policy Center is providing the real alternative: the research, publicity and legal aid for the South Tel Aviv residents. This association is somewhere between the aid organization and research center, legal clinic and public relations office”.

Elkana Shor, NRG, 3.21.2014

“The Center receives academic applications from all over the world on the subject and gives interviews to the international media sites. The center activity on this matter consists of monitoring the most updated information in the research and legal fields and the implementation of the policies in practice”.

Israeli Population, Immigration and Border Authority.

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